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>>> tonight on "nightline," steve jobs resigns. tonight, the wizard behind some of the hottest products the world has ever known resigns as chief of apple in a surprise announcement. we've got the very latest. >>> hurricane warning. the first major hurricane to take aim at the u.s. in years. irene smashes through the bahamas and bears down on the mainland. we're out in the storm. >>> and hunger at home. a year ago, he would not have believed he would be feeding his family on handouts. >> i wasn't living above my means. had a job, put food on the table. >> we go inside the quiet american crisis. >>> good evening. i'm terry moran. steve jobs once said that people don't know what they want till you show it to thth. with incredible, almost spooky, consistency, jobs has produced new products that consumers discovered they really, really wanted. well, now just hours ago, steve jobs has resigned as chief executive of apple, the company he built. just a month after apple announced astronomical third quarter profits of more than $7 billion. here's abc's neal karlinsky. >> reporter: it w
't really want to see that. >> reporter: and it seems to have everything to do with me. steve hirsch, ceo of vivid entertainment, one of the biggest producers, spoke with "nightline" in 2009. >> the truth is that when people watch adult movies they are watching it for the fantasy. they don't want to see condoms. it just doesn't sell as well. that's just a fact. >> they say they won't make as much money but they would like to use 16-year-old girls and they're not permitted to do that. city and county government don't want to deal with this because it deals with sex, it deals with fornothi pornography. that's a really bad excuse for not protecting these young people. >> reporter: of the major adult entertainment producers, only one studio requires condom use for all their contract stars. wicked pictures. >> most of the companiy ies fro upon it. if you are saying, i want to wear a condom, chances are, they're going to take the girl that is going to do it without the condom. >> reporter: there have been current actresses who say, it doesn't bother them. are they not telling the truth? >> i th
. >>> now to the resignation heard around the world. steve jobs, the godfather of the ipad, ipod, and iphone, is stepping down from apple. check out the messages on twitter. a world without steve jobs running apple? what are we going to do? there were so many more. that response to a corporate farewell is something we have never seen before. abc's neerl ckneeneal karlinsky. >> reporter: before steve jobs was a modern day thomas edison, he was an adopted kid growing up in cupertino, california. by the time he was 13, he was already obsessed with technology, something he reminisced about during his visit to the cupertino city council this year. >> when i was 13, i think i called up hewlett and packard were my idols. i called up bill hewlett and he gave me a job that summer. >> reporter: it turns out talent runs in ththfamily. as an adult, jobs tracked down his biological sister, successful author of "anywhere but here," mona simpson. she remains one of jobs' closest confidants. steve wozniack, the man who co-founded apple with jobs out of a garage spoke with us over the phone. >> you have
. >>> another major headline this morning is the sudden resignation of steve jobs, the founder of apple computer. as the influential visionary steps down, what's next foror h innovative and profitable company? >> this has been expected for the last few months. looking thin and gaunt. he was a pancreatic cancer survivor. >> interesting timing, this announcement, however. >> yes. it was, too. much more on that coming up this half hour. >>> later this half hour, as well, a store manager is looking for a woman who trashed her lottery ticket that was worth 10,000 bucks. she bought it, then tossed it and left the store. >> that's a first. >> oh, man. >>> we begin with the colossal hurricane, well on its way to becoming a frightful category 4 storm. >> an absolute monster. hurricane irene is slamming the entire length of the bahamas this morning. uprooting trees, tearing off roofs. and millions of people along the east coast are fearing the worst. abc's linsey davis is in the bahamas with the latest. hi, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, rob and tanya. we're seeing the effects of irene. we've seen som
the leader of a successful company. >> steve jobs is stepping down. why he said it's time to resign and what this means for apple. >>> and that travel during the holiday weekend. that may not be the case. we'll explain why when good morning maryland returns on this thursday, august 25th. time is 6:35. a live look is coming up now, the nation's capital in d.c. i love this time of year but my nose doesn't. it gets stuffed up and that means i stay up all night. good mornings? not likely! i've tried the pills, the sprays even some home remedies. then i tried something new. [ male announcer ] drug-free breathe right nasal strips. [ woman ] you just put it on and...amazing! instant relief. i breathed better, slept better. and woke up ready to face a fresh new day. [ male announcer ] get 2 free strips at breatheright.com. it's my right to breathe right! >> investors will be watching the stock market this morning after word that apple ceo steve jobs resigned. the man behind the. >> reporter: joy phone, gee. >> i pad and -- iphone, the ipad and other devices has been struggling with health issues. ti
an impact on the world and a technology as a whole? you got the ipad, the gee. >> i phone and we have steve jobs to thank for it. the man who chapped the world of computers announced his resignation on wednesday and he'd he could no longer meet the duty and expectations of apples ceo. in the letter, he asked to stay on as chairman of the board, director and the timing of the letter. it's hot it a secret. jobs has been battling cancer for years. tim cook replaces jobs as the new apple ceo. >> tim cook is not the next steve jobs. if anything, he's the guy who has steve jobs' playbook and is going to do what is in that playbook for the short-terp. >> cook is seen as a traditional businessman who will appeal to wall street. jobs is the third most popular ceo of all time. >>> thank you so much, charlie. the east coast braces for irene's arrival. coming up, preparations are underway for the storm that is coming, including evacuations along north carolina's outer banks. we have the latest on that. >>> and also ahead this morning, you can lower your cholesterol. we'll look at the diet that you may
. >> the stock market could be in for a fall tomorrow after word that apple ceo steve jobs has resigned. we first brought you the story tonight on the website. he turned in his resignation today a move that left many in shock. we have the debrief on the latest. >> reporter: the announcement came with no warning. the edson of the current age, responsible for changing music, mobile phones and introducing a new category of computers. the i-pad. >> reporter: resigned. he told the apple board of directors i have always said if there was a day when i couldn't meet my duties and expectations as the ceo i would be the first to let you know. unfortunately that day has come. just a month ago with jobs on a medical leave and participating in some ways in the company apple announced an asounding quart quarterly results. share prices have reflected that jumping more than a hundred dollars in the past year. after the news of his resigning came out shares of the company shed more than 5% in after hours trading. wall street and millions of customers will now be watching closely looking to figure if the new ceo
. >>> then apple's core. in a surprise move steve jobs resigns as apple's ceo. what the future holds for the historic innovator and thehe company he helped start. >>> bottoms up. the new hair care product going from the saloon to the salon. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm tanya rivero. >> and i'm rob nelson. hurricane irene could be shaping up to be an historic storm. its powerful winds are tearing through the bahamas. >> before the day is over it is expected to become a category 4 storm and could be the worst hurricane to hit t t northeast in two decades. abc's karen travers has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. two days ago the east coast was rocked by a rare earthquake. now residents are preparing for what could be a massive hurricane. hurricane irene is coming and it could pack a real punch. forecasters say the storm could gain strength as it barrels towards the east coast likely making landfall in north carolina as a category 3 hurricane as early as saturday. irene's winds stretch out over 400 mile, the same width as the state of arizona, more than 65 million people
going to talk about his caddie. his former caddie steve williams, who was fired not that long ago. rather unceremoniously, one might argue, after being with tiger woods for about 11 years. this weekend the bridgestone invitational took place where tiger has had a lot of success. he was not with his caddie, steve williams. in fact, steve williams was with adam scott who you see on the right. guess who won. yeah, not tiger woods. adam scott won. >> there's some justice in there. >> poetic justice here. there are those saying steve williams is a bit of a sore winner. he's sort of bragging a little bit about all of this, gloloing that fortunes have turned in his favor. >> hard not to do if you are fired. >> tiger woods finished 37th in this tournament. so his fortunes not doing so well. >> maybe the caddie brings the luck. >> some advice, you never know, caddies can make a difference. >> as we know, charlie sheen's character is no o ng over "two and a half men." ashton kutchch all set to take over. now we have the details how they got rid of charlie's character. apparently he will hav
. >>> steve jobs resigning as head of one of america's biggest companies. why the visionary who brought us the love of electronics from the mac to the ipad says he has to step down. >>> the suspect, 20 months after his wife susan powell disappears josh powell sits down for his first interview. >> did you kill your wife? >> get ready for an extraordinary and exploding confrontation. susan powell's father is with us to respond. >>> and good morning, everyone. as i was telling george before we went on the air this reminds me of living on the mississippi gulf coast. you don't know where it's going. there's been a big shift overnight in how this massive hurricane is tracking. right now forecasts are showing it headed right for the east coast's biggest cities. irene only getting more powerful as it gets closer. >> everyone could be affected. >> this is here in the bahamas where the storm battered the islands overnight and there was widespread damage there. >> on its way now to the carolinas. we want to take you live there, as well. it will look pretty calm in the carolinas and empty because a hu
neighborhood better and bring america back. and abc's steve osunsami decided to see the plan n action. >> reporter: they're the type of people that could help end the foreclosure crisis. dane and his sister-in-law have bought eight foreclosed homes this year for pennies on the dollar. after $15 hourks in upgrades and a month of hard work, it was transformed. >> if the government would get involved and offer more affordable finance options, it would make things easier. >> probably take 50% to 75% of the properties off the market within a year or two. >> reporter: washington is listening closely. they're looking at tax breaks. hemming investors get better financing. making sure there are families ready to trent homes investors purchase. the biggest idea, making it eas over the mortgage for a family in the home, and have the family pay rent. it's still your home? >> j.r. and his partner were struggling. an investor bought their home and pushed the monthly bill down to $850 in rent. >> we did not have to move. we're in the same community. >> reporter: rob davidson is the inveser. >> we ha
for a check on this morning's business news. >> reporter: good morning, topping america's mean, steve jobs steps down. the man who brought us the. >> >> i fop,. >> i joy pad, ipod and revolutionized computer resigned, hit hinting at worsening health problems. >> google is paying $5 million to settle a government investigation. the text giant won't face criminal charges for running ads from canadian pharmacies illegally selling prescription drugs to americans. >>> and foe closure made up a third of all home sales this spring and that is six times as much as a percentage in a healthy housing market. >> and realty track said the measure is better and ole navy is throwing away thousands of college t-shirrs and that is reprinting all of them with some proper.iation and old navy felt the first batch was the college material. >> hurricane irene could be shaping up to ab a -- to be a stoic storm and is totary through the bahamas before the day's end. irene is expected to be a category 4 storm and that is a big one. abcs karen traverse has the latest. >> reporter: hurricane irene is coming and it c
of this morning's tech bites. >> reporter: in today's tech bites apple after steve jobs. the new ceo wasted no time reassuring employos apple will not change tim cook. michael speaks to abc news via skype agrees they will do well without the guiding force. >> consumers are not buying products because of speed. they never heard speed they are buying it because they are good products and they meet their needs. >> reporter: steve jobs is not completely gone. it's expected he will continue to weigh in on decision and make suggestion as one analysts says he will be the chief visionary. and another tech giant facebook passed a milestone. google says the social network had a trillion views in june and 870 million unique visitors. facebook reached at least 47% of all web surfers and those are the people google can track. real numbers are likely to be even higher. and those are your tech bites, i am rob nelson.
earlies in nice enough that steve wanted to take toby and buddy out for a walk. steve is always had riding out a big storm on his bucket list. >> i worked down here notice 70s for ten summers and always on my list to be in a hurricane. >> steve has been in storms with 70-mile-per-hour winds, but he is looking for more. >> over 90 it's a whole different story. >> in ocean city, abc 2 news. >>> and we are working for you staying ahead of this storm. follow abc 2 news online and on your mobile go. to our website and get all of the latest information right here. state of emergency for annapolis. hurricane item necessity list. harford county state of emergency. all the things you need to know about what you need to know as far as dealing with irene and getting the kit together and power outages, anything you need to know. if your power goes out and have the quell phone you can go to our website or go right to our weather aplet and get up to the latest temperatures. get a shot of the forecast up here. big fat fingers and let's see -- there we go. you can get this up here and see updated weather
points, almost 4%. so, let's head now to atlanta, and abc's steve osunsami, who was with all those people looking for work. hello, steve. >> reporter: good evening, diane. we canvassed some of the 90 companies that are here today and found that there are more than 2,000 jobs for hire. but no one was prepared for the thousands more who came pouring through these doors today. there were so many people desperate for work, trying to get to this job fair, traffic here was backed up for miles and miles. house waited overthought. many camped out in the business suits in the stifling heat. >> i got in there at, like, 1:58. >> i'm going to be positive. that's the only thing i can be right now. >> reporter: authorities treated 20 people for heat exhaustion and struggling to keep the line moving and get people inside. >> you came out here to get a job, not to get sick. >> reporter: derek clayton, under the umbrella, is a former security guard with three children to field. he's been looking for work since may. >> you got child, you got to stay somewhere. you don't want to be homeless. >> reporter: la
's no doubt in my mind, someone got pretty hurt. >> everybody you talk to at apple is going to tell you, steve jobs is one guy. but the truth is, steve jobs is a notorious micromanager. >> it slapped me in the face. >> really? >> its tail slapped me in the face. >> calmer waters there. >> yeah. its tail slapped me in the face. >> they were in a kayak. that's why they were talking about that story. fun things coming up next week. the mtv video awards. >> and tomorrow, octomom, nadya suleman, will participate in a celebrity boxing match. >> that will be a class act. >>> and on monday, will be the sixth anniversary of hurricane katrina. a national day of remembrance for those victims, as well. >>> coming up, a remarkable story of survival. >> a man who nearly died after the joplin, missouri, tornado, has a lot of reasons to celebrate. more with that, after we come back. >>> welcome back, everybody. you may have seen our reporting last week about the first day of school in joplin, missouri, which was wiped off the map by a devastating tornado, in may. >> and now, the story of a victim that nearly
for the weather. steve villanueva is in for sam this morning. >> hey, guy, good morning, everyone. we'll start in texas this morning where it is finally a little bit cooler. yesterday in dallas, we were only in the 90s for the first time in 40 days we were not in the triple digits thanks to some thunderstorms. more in the forecast. great news because you desperately needed the rain and in new england, back towards chicago a very comfortable start to the day heading into the 80s later with lots of sunshine. all right, everyone. that is your national forecast. >> that's your weather, everyone. elizabeth? >> all right, steve, thanks so much. >>> now a spoiler alert. you might actually enjoy a story more if you know how it ends before you begin. at least that's what a new study is saying. abc's david wright takes a look on this new twist on storytelling. >> reporter: these researchers insist knowing how everything turns out doesn't spoil the fun, it actually makes things better. for "good morning america" -- hang on a sec. it makes things better. really? would it really hurt to know ahead of time
" on the policy and politics required to turn this country around. steve rattner, mastermind of the auto industry bailout. mel doddly hobson, and tea party congressman, jasys chaffetz. >>> and the deadliest day in afghanist afghanistan. as taliban shoots down a helicopter. >> announcer: live from the newseum in washington, "this week with christiane amanpour" starts right now. >>> welcome to the program. we have lots to get to today. but first, some news since your morning papers. the pentagon is starting to paint a fuller picture of what exactly happened on the deadliest attack on american forces since the start of the war in afghanistan nearly ten years ago. 30 americans and 8 afghans killed when the taliban shot down a helicopter. among the dead are 22 elite navy s.e.a.l.s. abc's foreign correspondent joins me with the latest. what about that community, the forces and their families? >> this is such a small community. there are only 300 s.e.a.l.s on s.e.a.l. team 6. that is such a small group. when you think about those families and 22 notices going out to those families. i i t an e-mail someo
and brilliant as he is, about every analyst will tell you, he's no steve jobs. >> everyone is going to tell you, jobs is one guy and the truth is, he's a notorious micro manager. he'll still be the chairman of the board. >> reporter: they're likely to get hammered on wall street. they plan things out in advance. many products are already in the pipeline. >>> sad day. >>> well, jobs hand selected tim cook, he's been with the fan company for 12 year and he's the coo. >>> well, it's not a bad ride to have drg
the last decade. abc's steve so sun sammy spoke to some of those struggling today. >> reporter: nancycynd randall watkins say they were just like most middle class couples, making sure everything was paid on time, until he got sick last year. and then she got sick. and they both lost their jobs. today, they can barely put food on the table. >> sometimes you don't want to get up. you just think today will be better. so i'm thinking, lord, let me feel better. >> reporter: they use all kinds of tricks to make their food last. they eat food that's gone bad. >> sometimes there's not a lot of milk, you know? you cocoromise. you can use water. >> reporter: they make too much from disability to get food stamps. but they don't make enough to they owe $25,000 to a hospital in kentucky. today's report say it's now americans in their 50s who are more likely to be hungry than people in their 60s and 70s. >> these are folks who have been suffering from the recession and the economic declines in this country. some of them have just recently lost jobs. >> reporter: nancy and randall say they have to keep
doing? my name is steve. >>> they are among the most gorgeous and fearsome forms of life anywhere and among the most endangered. fewer than 3,500 tigers now live in the wild, occupying less than 7% of their historical range. human encroachment is predictably to blame but humans don't have to be the absolute villain in this story. conservation efforts are under way around the world. inuding the gorgeous indonesian island of bali where tonight abc's dan harris goes "into the wild." >> reporter: they're fast, fearless and furry. tigers are some of the most awesome creatures on the planet. they are effortlessly beautiful but also efficiently deadly. not these little guys though, not yet at least. >> the three of them -- >> oh. >> reporter: three sisters too young to even have names yet. they're 2 1/2 months old. born here in captivity at the zoo in bali, indonesia. and right now they are all very hungry. >> i've got chicken for you. >> reporter: this i'm told is a very good way to make friends. want some more? want some more? ay. their hair is much rougher than a house cat's. they're
surprising that steve powell would come out with this. >> reporter: and in the small town where both sue sap and josh's families live only miles apart, public shouting matches between inlawsws >> how is your standing at our neighborhood market helping? >> reporter: stephen powell says when susan powell turned up missing, police searched his home for her. he says he doesn't know what happened to her. >> i really don't believe she's dead. i haven't felt that way. >> reporter: and josh says he has that same feeling. >> i don't know where she is at this point. >> reporter: what would you want to say to her, if she's watching? >> i would tell her that i love her. she's got two boys who love her. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm abbie boudreau in seattle. ♪ i'm a film star. well, i'm a film, left behind by a floor cleaner i thought was going to take me places. wait! now life is dull... darling! ♪ i believe in miracles [ male announcer ] swiffer attracts dirt. swiffer wetjet's new upgraded solution loosens and lifts off dirt to help prevent streaks and residue. and reveal more shine than a mop
by the barking dog. the victim is in stable condition. >>> apple is losing its core. steve jobs has resigned but is going to stay on as chairman. the company's current coo will replace jobs. jobs has been on medical leave since january and his in his resignation later, it read in part i have always said if there was a day when i can no longer meet my doughties and expectations as apple's ceo, i would be the first to let you know and that day has come. night and while we're speaking of apple, there is a lot of buzz now about the new ipad expected to be available next spring. these are photographs of webstigate.com and is supposed to have a faster processor with higher resolution screen. apple is expected to roll out the i-phone 5 by the end of september and is said to have world-phone capability, sharper camera and most importantly, said to have a lower price. >>> a teacher in nebraska is accused of encouraging two boys to fight in the classroom. the teacher faces the charges of child neglect and is off the job for now. the eighth grade science too muchary name is patrick kosick and is encour
was discovered dismembered. steve mcdaniel was charged with murder in the death of giddings from maryland. she was seen at the end of june after going out with friends, she was found five days later, police say they found her torso wrapped in plastic and found in a garbage bin. police found a solid case. >>> closer to home, former baltimore colt, buba smith has died. he was the number one draft pick in 1967 with palletmore colts. -- baltimore colts. he played five years in baltimore. one super bowl. baltimore had a better team than the new york jets. buba starred in police academy films. he died on wednesday at the age of 66. >>> abc 2 news is working to make sure you stay up to date on back to school news. students at several schools will have one extra day of summer. 12 schools will be delayed until august 24th. construction projects. schools will start on the 23rd. city starts on the 29th. the county on the 30th. we have a list of the opening dates for arundel on our website at abc2news.com, go there and check out other back to school features, information on school vaccine, available on ab
steve dorsey of atlantic beach. you have the first report of damage. >> reporter: we found out that the atlantic beach sheraton hotel pier, a rather large pier, about to to three miles down the beach in nine knoll shores was destroyed by some very high waves which is what we've been contending with really all morning. >> i know there are a few of these in houston. >> give us a sense of how it's feeling where you are right now. we saw matt gutman dealing with really difficult conditions. it looks a little bit more mild where you are. just talk us through that a little bit. >> reporter: yeah, sure thing, dan. you know, matt -- the worst of this storm is heading right now to matt. we've seen some very heavy rain earlier this morning, some very strong winds, and, of course, a very notorious storm surge. we're actually right near a seawall at the hotel we're at and the water has been reaching this area and just crashing right up against the wall so some very dangerous conditions out here all morning. >> steve dorsey, we appreciate your reporting and know we'll work with your station
for good news for you soon. >> thank you. thank you very much. >> time for the many weather. steve villanueva is in for sam champion. good morning to you. >> good morning, everyone. lots of trouble in the central part of the country. this is where we could see nasty storms and severe weather from oklahoma city northward up towards bismarck, very heavy rain and strong winds. much cooler out on the west coast. >> your weather forecast brought to you by macy's. elizabeth? >> all right, thanks so much. >>> coming up, time for a meltdown? we'll show you how to cash in on the new american gold rush. ♪ i want to be rich [ female announcer ] real fruit... means real fruit smoothies from mccafé. real delicious and made just for you. ♪ happened to come across quicken loans online. [ chris ] quicken loans constantly kept us updated and got us through the process twice now. quicken loans is definitely engineered to amaze. they were just really there for us. not only kills fleas and ticks, it repels most ticks before they can attach and snack on us. frontline plus kills but doesn't repel.
3, 115 miles an hour. >> 110, 115 is where the winds are right now. we sent steve osunsami up with the hurricane hunters. they measure them and fly right into the eye of the storm. >> reporter: it sounds crazy and it was a bumpy ride but we traveled deep into the middle of this gigantic storm flying inside at 10,000 feet. >> harder to get closer. >> reporter: our air force reserve pilots and scientists were on a dangerous mission to take the storm's temperature and it wasn't good. >> where we're at, sometimes it's over 100-mile-an-hour winds. >> reporter: wow. >> so starting to develop. >> reporter: they shot canisters filled with sensors into the ferocious storm clouds. and the sensors were sending back the bad news, irene's pressure is dropping which means the storm is getting stronger. ocean waters below incredibly warm at 85 degrees helping it grow and on the northeast side of the storm where it's usually most dangerous, this one especially so with hurricane-force winds that stretch out 100 miles. >> it's a large hurricane. it's a very large strong circulation up to the no
not belong there. here's wzzm's steve patterson. >> it was a pacu. >> reporter: however you say it. >> when i saw them teeth i said, this isn't normal. this is a strange-looking fish. >> reporter: this fish out of water is a fish out of water. so to speak. >> i just thought it was so pretty, the colors. >> reporter: asa and her fiance richard went fishing on sunday in the grand river near their home. after this success something feisty took a bite. >> second i threw the pole out, it was -- the pole was jumping. i said to richard -- >> there it is. >> here it is. >> reporter: it was a pacu, a vehicle darian piranha native to the amazon river in south america. it's a species that doesn't belong in the grand river and it was likely dumped by someone who couldn't take care of it. let's be honest, okay? there's probably a lot o of stu that doeoe't necessarily belong in the grand river. but to dump a species that doesn't belong in the river? some might call that a form of animal cruelty. that's what this fish expert would say. >> mostly it's sad to see there's another pacu that isn't where it belon
that stole the spotlight. >> steve williams, who was fired by tiger woods, after 12 years, called it the best win of his life. and he pumped his fist in celebration. woods tied for 37th place. >>> now, some baseball highlights. we get those from espn news. >> good morning. this is your espn news update. i'm max bretos. sunday night, the yankees and red sox playing for the rest record in the american league. in the seventh inning, tied at 1-1. brett gardner, nobody on. trying to get on base. but he'll do better than that. off of matt albers' solo shot. 415 feet. first career home run first the red sox. bottom of the ninth, mariano rivera to seal eat. marcos scutaro tags and scores. we're e ading to extras. bottom of the tenth, red sox get runners on second and first. josh reddick, driving in pinch runner, darnell mcdonald. red sox win 3-2, in walkoff fashion. >>> the phillies have won nine-straight. roy oswalt making his first start since coming off the d.l. carlos beltran in the bottom of the third. three runs allowed. top of the eighth, chase utley hits the ball with his bat. it comes toward
that apple ceo steve jobs has resignededrom the world-changing company he founded. jobs is just 56. he's been the driving force for everything from the macintosh computer to those ipods, ipads and iphones that are everywhere right now. he's been battling cancer and had a liver transplant. his letter was short and to the point. "i always said, if there came a day when i could no longer meet my duties and expectations, i would be the first to know. unfortunately," he writes "that day has come." >>> and still ahead, it's video you have to see to believe. did some animals sense yesterday's east coast quake before it struck? [ slap! ] [ slap! slap! slap! slap! slap! ] [ male announcer ] your favorite foods fighting you? fight back fast with tums. calcium rich tums goes to work in seconds. nothing works faster. ♪ tum tum tum tum tums whose non-stop day starts with back pain... and a choice. take advil now and maybe up to four in a day. or choose aleve and two pills for a day free of pain. way to go, coach. ♪ that's how it is with alzheimer's disease. she needs help from me. and her medication.
"the view," joy behar who's been with herman steve for 29 years. i'm not getting married, there's no point, she got married on friday. the next day, sherri shepherd, co-host on "the view," she gets married to television writer lamar sally in her hometown of chicago. on top of that, brooke burke and who i think is one of the hottest women on the planet, "dancing with the stars," yes, she got married to david shar vet. sheaf been engaged for several years, have two kids together. she's married. tara reid, shockingly, stayed sober long enough to exchange vows with somebody. >> that's just mean. >> it would be funny if it. she got engaged to a danish businessman named michael. heather locklear, she got engaged to actor and singer jack wagner who you may remember from "melrose place." >> singing to her she's all he needs. they go to the same hairdresser. >> are you going to sing this song? >> i'm not going to sing anymore. i'm going to talk about pippa middleton's butt. >> let's discuss that, get into that. >> stop the train. that butt, that butt you see right there that got her so f
's the new how you doing? my name is steve. my family's lived in this neighborhood for years. recently, things got so tight we had to go to our local food bank for help. i lost a lot of sleep worrying about what the neighbors might think. that is, until i saw them there, too. how'd i do, steve? a little stiff. you could have done a little better. what? come on. you know, i have an academy award. yeah, but not for playing me. announcer: play a role in ending hunger. announcer: when you earn your ged diploma, the barriers in your life fall. take the first step and get free ged information in your area at 1-877-38-your-ged, or yourged.org. >>> this morning on "world news now," river rescues. the raging waterways in the northeast flooded by the rereants of hurricane irene. >> dozens of people were killed and the national guard is in a rush to get those still out of danger. it is wednesday, august 31st. >> good morning, i'm rob nelson. >> i'm tanya rivero. it's still too early to tell how mumu storm damage there is and how much it will cost to clean up after irene and there's still no power
flyers when he was confronted by steve powell, the father of josh powell. susan's husband. >> how is your coming here helping to find d san? >> it isn't helping. how is your standing at our neighborhood market helping to find susan? >> people see the sign -- >> reporter: this open hostility is nothing knew. >> they've been just bullying us from the beginning of this case. >> reporter: josh claims he left his wife at their utah home after midnight in december 2009, taking the couple's s o young sons camping. susan was never seen again. skeptical investigators called josh a person of interest but have never charged him. josh and his family believe susan was leading a double life, that she may have run away to brazil with another man. josh says he's being unfairly demonized. >> there are a lot of people who have done a lot of attacks against your family. >> reporter: the bitterness erupted as police spent two days chasing a tip near ely, nevada, combing for clues among rocky hillsides and abandoned mines. they came up empty. >> chuck is a liar. >> reporter: leaving only fresh venom between t
in law. >> reporter: anger erupted when susan's father and father in law. steve powell believes his son, josh, named a person of interest in his wife's disappearance is innocent. >> you come out against my family. >> reporter: susan's in-laws are gi giving journalists part of her journal. josh said that he left his wife at home in december, taking their two young boys on a midnight camp. susan's parents do not buy that. >> they have used my sons as nothing but pawns in the media. >> whether josh is innocent or guilty, whether susan wrote something in the journal or not, what does that have to do with finding susan in. >> reporter: painful wounds reopened after new tips that prompted a weekend search in nevada. detectives found nothing. apparently no closer appearing why this daughter, wife and mother simply vanished. >> our thanks to clayton. >>> turning to health news, fresh concerns about antibacterial soap. several studies show the key ingredient could be harmful to your health. now, here's diane sawyer for a preview of tonight's "world news." diane? >>> hello, bianna. here we go for
begins with wtvd's steve dorsey. >> reporter: the waiting days of summer tourist seasoso at wrightsville beach could be disrupted. throughout the week people here have been keeping a close eye on hurricane irene. >> kind of conceed being that big and that strong of wind. >> reporter: this family visiting the beach says they're worried hurricane irene could cut short their vacation planned through saturday. they're trying to enjoy the beach while they have the chance, but they've already stocked up on supplies. and have paid close attention to forecasts. >> this is the hurricane planning tool we use. >> reporter: throughout the day, newhanover emergency management officials have been closely following the storm's progress. he says the area could still feel the effects of irene,ven if it doesn't make a direct hit. >> this was a big storm, even if we don't get a direct hit, the tropical storm force winds will be on top of us for an extended period of time. i expect we'll have some infrastructure damage. i expect we'll have a considerable power outage. expect the worst. it could happen. >> r
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